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Course Project For this project, you will independently read and summarize a book that presents case studies and first-hand reports concerning perceptual disorders. Step 1: Select a book & get approval Select a book from the three choices as listed in the syllabus. The syllabus may be accessed via the TRACS site or by requesting a copy from Dr. Ceballos (if you don’t already have one). Step 2: Obtain & read the book The book may be found a library, may be borrowed from a friend, or may be purchased online or from a bookstore. Many used copies of these books can be found online. Please be sure to leave yourself plenty of time to actually READ the book before writing your summary. :o) Step 3: Summarize the book Work independently and type your own summary of the book, following the guidelines listed below. Guidelines and grading : o Format: The summary must be typed in 12-point font, double-spaced, and include a title with your name and book title (John Doe’s Summary of Altered Egos ). (5 points) o Content:
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